you looking at an mri. i don't know what i'm looking at, but to scientists that means something. that thing, that red, green, blue thing there means something. to them that means because we're expanding with the big bang too now these satellites, these telescopes can see farther and farther. the farther you see, the older those pictures are, like lightning. when lightning flashes, the sound comes five seconds for every mile. so now we're looking farther into the light into the future -- or into the past. it's like somebody that's 65 million years away from us -- lightyears away looking at earth and would see dinosaurs because dinosaurs are still alive. but now we can see farther and farther out there, we're seeing that, yeah, well, it was there then, it was there then, it was there then. and the galaxies as they started to explode are a little more lumpy than we thought. the universe is a little more stuff on that side, little less stuff on that side, some dark matter, dark energy pushing things away. >> how do we read this?